Opened in May 2016, the ceiling of Pelican Brewing Company’s exquisitely designed brewpub soars high into the sky gathering natural light for diners below. The seasonal menu offers a range of beer cuisine favorites with 20 taps year round – including small batch beers you won’t find anywhere else. The small brewery operation is easily in view for all to see, and staff is happy to give you a personal tour as time allows. Be sure to stop by the growler station on your way out.
Save Your Money
It’s a Sunday evening…greeted by a lukewarm hostess and a flunky in training who, like most 20 somethings these days, has no ability to communicate, period. Server arrives, doesn’t introduce herself. Ordered drinks and they came in a timely manner. Order an appetizer (crab dip) and the rest of our meal, but specifically ask our server (Ms. Anonymous) to make sure that the courses arrive as courses should…not all together….appetizer arrives with the soup (clam chowder)…Flag down Ms. Anonymous about the disorder, but instead of taking the soup away and acknowledging the errors, says “well he said ‘to start with’”…Ummm if you understand meal courses, ya know that soup isn’t typically an appetizer (at least it’s not listed as such on their menu...). Crab appetizer had a minimal crab portion ratio to wonton cracker, but flavorful. Clam chowder was bland, and while we tried to get salt and pepper, we never could get the attention of anyone, let alone our server, to help save it. Our entrees were a house salad with salmon added and the Dungeness crab ravioli. Let’s start with the ravioli. It was tasty but literally a plate full of ravioli…that’s it… Oh but the salmon salad. 🤦♀️The pieces of lettuce (endive, arugula) were so large that they covered the entire plate! It was literally an exercise in wresting lettuce! The salmon was over-cooked and therefore flavorless. All in all so very disappointing but hey, that’s what you get for ordering what could be an elevated meal at a burger joint.
Magnificent view of the ocean
We had a good dinner with an amazing view at the sunset above the ocean. Hospitality of the restaurant is very good, good and friendly service. The serve the best Marionpie (desert) I have ever had.
Connor needs a raise!!
Delicious food, slightly overpriced but that's expected in a tourist destination. Cool atmosphere and Connor was an awesome server! He needs a raise !! He helped my son figure out what he could eat that was gluten free, he was great!
Never got served - ridiculously priced
Arrive around 7:45 - sat at bar. It was myself and a couple a few seats away. A women was very attentive and I received my drink quickly. She left, she said she was filling in for bartender that was on break. He came back and took couples order and basically acted like I didn’t exist - he would not even look in my direction. Finally after sitting there waiting to order for about 25 minutes and my drink was empty I figured he didn’t need my tip so I got my credit card out and when he saw that he finally said something to me “Can I get you your tab?” I was polite and just said yes. Received bill and for a regular vodka tonic was $15.60. Upon further inspection looking at the menu - sandwich’s - $25+ dollars. As other reviewers said - this place is ridiculous priced. I am glad i did get served - I probably saved myself $100 because I was planning on order app, dinner, and more drinks. I would avoid this place.
Good Pub Grub
Had to wait in line for about 20 minutes after arriving about 4pm. Once seated everything was very efficient. For starters we had clam chowder and mains we had the breaded fish. Both were very tasty. Nothing spectacular but didn't disappoint. Would visit again.